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Social stories and apron storytelling: the effects on self-managed coping strategies of a child that experienced chronic school difficulties

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Title: Social stories and apron storytelling: the effects on self-managed coping strategies of a child that experienced chronic school difficulties
Authors: Haggerty, Natalie K.
Advisor: Smith, Garnett
Issue Date: May 2003
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: This study examined the effects of a social story and apron storytelling intervention on the self-managed coping strategies of a child who experienced chronic school difficulties. Treatment was implemented five times per week and consisted of 10 minutes of systematic instruction, which included reading a social story and using the apron storytelling technique to dramatically enhance the story's oration. Results revealed a decrease in the frequency, duration and intensity of frustration behaviors exhibited by the child after instruction of the intervention. These findings support recommendations for using social stories and apron storytelling to guide the development of self-managed coping strategies for children who experience chronic school difficulties.
Description: viii, 76 leaves
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/6925
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